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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Tale of Two Presidents: Weekend Priorities

From Hot Air

24 comments:

Reader said...

What a sad day for all. First for the families, second for the ones who saw what was happening, but did not say anything. How long will we continue to let them kill us from within?

I would really like to hear Obama say the word terrorist, but seriously doubt it will pass his lips. I could be wrong.

Anonymous said...

Oh, he CAN say the word and he DOES say the word. And unlike the moron he replaced, he actually pronounces the word using three complete syllables.

Sarkazein said...

I listened to Obama at the Ft Hood memorial service. I only heard him describe the Muslim terrorist as "the gunman". He did speak more strongly of the actions, but never used the term terrorist, Islamic extremist, cowardly follower of Mohammed, cold blooded murderer of non-muslims... etc.

Notice A'mous reverts back to President Bush, who was man enough to call a spade a spade.

Honest Debate said...

Reader,

I am tempted to make a smart a$$ remark to match Nonny (if that's his real name) but it would be misplaced. I'll let him enjoy the gutter by himself.

You are so right. I could not agree more.

Honest Debate said...

"Notice A'mous reverts back to President Bush, who was man enough to call a spade a spade." -Sark

And gracious enough to think of the victims.

Sarkazein said...

Any soldier wounded in the terrorist attack will get the Purple Heart I hope.

Reader said...

Talk about uneducated. I personally don't give a crap who can pronounce what Anon, that's not the point. Acknowledging what the man is...does. Trouble with the liberal mindset, they don't know enough about any religion to be able to comment. The muslim religion teaches hatred and death to all, who don't believe as they do. Period. Being uneducated about Islam, will get you killed.

BikerBard said...

The Ft. Hood shooting was not a terrorist attack, and the President chose his words carefully and correctly. No matter what you pinheads think, the shooter was crazy, that's all. Don't start another Christian Crusade.

Honest Debate said...

BB,

Not only was it a terrorist attack, it was a terrorist attack in a time of war. Hasan should go straight to Gitmo for a military tribunal. It's just a crying shame he survived.

Sarkazein said...

BB- Do all terrorists now get the insanity plea. You have to be crazy to strap bombs on yourself, walk into a pizza parlor and blow up children. You have to be crazy to intentionally open fire on innocent unarmed noncombatants. Yes he is a crazy Muslim extremist...A TERRORIST. Obama is a wimp.
What was the "Challenge coin" thing? WHHHHAAAAAT????

They better get Purple Hearts and the wounded better get Purple Hearts.
Obama will have to sign the Death Warrant. Federal capital crime.

bridle said...

Sark, do you think all the dead Muslim soldiers who lie in Arlington cemetery deserve to be slurred by comments such as yours? Are you a Christian fascist?

BikerBard said...

Sark:
A federal crime - yes. A terrorist crime - no. Let's not lump them all together. Only one execution per person. Sorry.

Sarkazein said...
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Sarkazein said...

Terrorism is a Federal crime,Jeeez.
We are at war with Muslim extremists anywhere we can find them including in this country, just like José Padilla (born October 18, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York), also known as Abdullah al-Muhajir or Muhajir Abdulla. He didn't even kill anybody.
It is condescending argument to write: " Sark, do you think all the dead Muslim soldiers who lie in Arlington cemetery deserve to be slurred by comments such as yours? Are you a Christian fascist?"-Bridal
That doesn't work here?
Liberals are wimps. Liberalism can destroy this country.

Sarkazein said...

Bridal-

One in four hundred are Muslims buried at Arlington. Typically Muslims choose not to be buried along side Christians or Jews.

Sarkazein said...

The Beltway sniper, a Muslim terrorist, is being introduced to the 72 virgins as I write this comment.
Oh my, what happened to the insanity defense?

Sarkazein said...

On this Veteran's Day, the non-veteran Obama dithers about.
Send the troops first,per request, then decide what you want to do about the war, as if you haven't had months to make up your feeble mind. All the seminars and studies and hand-ringing are resulting in more casualties. Ignore the General, and the troops pay the price.

Sarkazein said...

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/prof_busted_in_columbia_gal_punch_JmsXQ3NzaAt8uG6uUySGTN

Nobody said...

BB - You said, "A federal crime - yes. A terrorist crime - no."

Please, define terrorist crime for me. What is terrorism to you? If what happened at Ft. Hood isn't terrorism, what is?

oatz said...

Here are some Hillary supporters claiming Maybe Bush was not so bad after all compared to our current President Obama.

http://hillbuzz.org/2009/11/10/thank-you-former-president-george-w-bush-and-former-first-lady-laura-bush/

Sarkazein said...

What the ????

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/ 2009/11/obama-emperor-akihito-japan.html


How many Secret Service agents had to fight the urge to kick him right in the ass?

Sarkazein said...

Obama is Jimmy Carter Jr. on steroids.

I'll never forget watching Jimmy Carter Sr swapping spit with Brezhnev, that was 34+- years ago, how long do I have to carry this visual memory around?

Sorry I can't get the picture link, but you'll thank me later.

Sarkazein said...

OBOWMA

Sarkazein said...

Problem:

By: Reuters
Improper payments by the U.S. government to people, firms and contractors rose sharply to $98 billion in fiscal 2009 and President Barack Obama plans new rules to clamp down, the White House said Tuesday.

Over half the mistakes were made in the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and although some of the deterioration reflected stricter measurement, it also showed the need for healthcare reform, Office of Management and Budget Director Peter Orszag told reporters.

Solution:


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